Friday, February 24, 2017

UPDATE: Latest Pew Reseach poll shows support for Obamacare at all-time high

Republicans divided on whether GOP leaders should modify health care law or scrap it entirely

Support for 2010 health care law reaches new high.  (Pew Research Ceneter, 2/23/2017)

Original 2/24/2017 post, "Conservatives ready and willing to goosestep their way off a cliff with Obamacare repeal", starts here.

Election day average (November 8, 2016)

 Source:  Real Clear Politics

Average on day before Trump inauguration (January 19, 2017)

Conservatives Want Obamacare Repeal, and They Want It Now.  (Roll Call, 2/23/2017)

Ted wants his Maypo!

Related reading:
Poll:  Support for Obamacare is rising.  (Politico, 2/22/2017)
As The GOP Tries To Dismantle Obamacare, Its Approval Rating Goes Up.  (NPR, 1/20/2017)

Related posts:
Donald Trump delves into the intricate details of Obamacare replacement.  (2/18/2017)
With each passing day, Freedom Caucus crazies insure that GOP now has full ownership of Obamacare.  (2/15/2017)
And each time House Republicans voted to repeal Obamacare, they had no plan of their own.  (2/14/2017)
All clamor and no counsel leading GOP to Obamacare repeal disaster.  (1/27/2017)
Translation: "What I mean is that we really don't have a plan."  (1/26/2017)
As GOP promises quick repeal, people start to warm up to Obamacare.  (1/26/2017)
Trump's America: Fayette County, West Virginia, where Obamacare is a lifeline.  (1/24/2017)
Voters in Colorado's 5th Congressional District discover they have a chickenshit representative.  (1/17/2017)
Donald Trump:  The man without a plan.  (1/14/2017)
Wisconsin State Assembly rep Joe Sanfelippo talks out of both sides of his mouth on Obamacare.  (1/13/2017)
As for Obamacare, Vice President-elect Mike Pence promises a 7th year of all talk and no action from the GOP.  (1/6/2017)
UPDATE.  Hell:  The perfect setting for a weenie roast.  (1/5/2017)
UPDATE. Yes, Paul Ryan, we know, and that's very disturbing.  (1/17/2017)
UPDATE. Scott Walker in so many words: All told, it will take as many as 9 years to replace Obamacare.  (1/15/2017)

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